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Ulysses Hung Tough with Holcomb for Three Quarters;

Saw the Fourth Slip Away in a 35-8 Defeat at Homecoming

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59bf330d2e210Ulysses High School's Sloan Hayden goes up for and completes a reception against Holcomb's Caeden Spencer in the second quarter setting up a Tiger first and goal.by Kevin Thompson (Garden City Telegram)
Holcomb's Trey Gilbert, left, stretches for yardage as Ulysses' Victor Perez tries to drag him down Friday at Ulysses.by Kevin Thompson (Garden City Telegram)

by Kevin Thompson (Garden City Telegram)

Ulysses High School's Sloan Hayden goes up for and completes a reception against Holcomb's Caeden Spencer in the second quarter setting up a Tiger first and goal.

Ulysses - Ulysses hung tough with Holcomb for three quarters, but saw the fourth slip away in a 35-8 defeat at home Friday.

Trailing 7-0 in the second quarter, the Tigers engineered a 19-play, 67-yard drive, culminating in Zak Anderson's two-yard plunge at the 8:37 mark.

He tacked on two more after a PAT pass to Sloan Hayden.

The second half was Ulysses's undoing, being out-scored 28-0 to fall to 0-3 on the 2017 season.

Andrew Nagel led the Tigers on the ground with 40 yards on 12 carries.

Anderson completed a pair of passes for 51 yards. Devin Walker's two pass completions accounted for 28 yards.

Julius Sifuentes's four receptions totaled 58 yards.

The Tigers, 0-2 in the GWAC, travel to Colby on September 22.

The Eagles are 3-0 with wins over Oakley 46-7, LaCrosse 49-7, and Hugoton 14-12.

Ulysses lost 14-13 to Hugoton on September 8. 

Ulysses Hung Tough with Holcomb for Three Quarters;

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